Erie is small but since there is limited taxi service, the park and fly option is less than leaving... See full review
Jan 14, 2015
nice place if you need airport shuttle
clean,good value, staff made every effort to make my stay positive .I certainly would return See full review
not a hater but
Jan 3, 2014
This Comfort Inn hotel is only three miles from the downtown area. Visitors will enjoy the many beaches, nature trails, tennis courts, golf courses and museums in the area. This Erie hotel is minutes from the Erie Zoo, the Erie Playhouse, Waldameer and Water World amusement park and Splash Lagoon indoor water park. The Erie International Airport - Tom Ridge Field is two miles away. Guests of this Erie hotel are treated to a free breakfast with hot waffles. All spacious guest rooms at this Pennsylvania hotel have coffeemakers, hair dryers, irons, ironing boards, voice mail and cable television. In addition, some guest rooms come equipped with microwaves and refrigerators. Guests must be 21 years or older to rent room and an adult 21 years or older must be present in each room.
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The Comfort Inn Erie was a good value, I was excited about the great breakfast. The staff was friendly and I checked in with no problem. The bed was comfortable and I had a restful nights sleep. When I woke up in the AM I was extremely warm and
wondered why the alarm clock was off. I called to the front desk and the power was out. So, without emergency lighting in the room I showered completely in the dark and made my way down the three flights of stairs, again with no emergency lighting, to the breakfast I was looking forward to. Unfortunately, everything was gone, I had a muffin and a piece of bread. No toaster, no microwave and no juice... and no waffles. The other options were cereal with milk and yogurt that were not cold. I would recommend a generator for any hotel... at least for emergency lighting, as it was near impossible to carry my baggage down the stairs in a completely dark hallway. I would have loved to stay here under normal circumstances, but this was an extreme disappointment. I think most of the guests left by 8 am. I definitely would have showered or gotten ready elsewhere, if I had somewhere to do so.
The following night I stayed at the new Comfort Inn in Edinboro, absolutely amazing. I will drive the extra distance to stay at that one again...
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Go to the Penninsula and have ice cream on the way out...the views are breathtaking